The research paper not only illustrates potential return characteristics and diversification benefits, but also offers allocation strategies to guide investment decision making.
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Broadridge Financial acquires portfolio management solutions provider; Putnam offers new SMAs and model portfolios; Pacific Global adds ETFs to complement flagship fund; and more.
On their third try, participants in CenturyLink's 401(k) plan get a recommendation that one claim move forward.
The lawsuit points out Goldman Sachs offered lower-cost investment vehicles to institutional clients that it did not use in its own 401(k) plan.
The lawsuit accused Allina Health System defendants of allowing one provider free-reign to add funds to Allina's 403(b) and 401(k) plans, and of failing to monitor investment service providers.
After ruling on motions about the reliability of certain expert testimony, an expansive decision issued in an ERISA lawsuit filed against SunTrust Bank dismisses some claims but allows others to proceed.
The proposed class action lawsuit alleges plan fiduciaries allowed the plan’s recordkeepers and its investment adviser and/or trustee to receive excessive and unreasonable compensation.
August brought six above-normal trading days, the highest monthly total since a previous bout of equity market volatility in December 2018.
Investment experts remind retirement investors that international investments can help to diversify a portfolio
Participants who mix target-date funds (TDFs) with other investments appear to be more sophisticated, but "it can diminish (or eliminate) the target-date fund’s potential benefit,” says David Blanchett, head of Retirement Research at Morningstar Investment Management LLC.
The lawsuit accuses the retirement plan committee of CHS/Community Health Systems, Inc. Retirement Savings Plan and Principal defendants of imprudent management of the plan and its investments.
This should be a focus when looking at target-date funds (TDFs) often used as the default investment in employer-sponsored defined contribution (DC) plans.
Among other things, a federal judge found Transamerica Asset Management’s substitution of its sub-advisers is not a concrete, obvious explanation for the poor performance of the challenged funds.
While they have grown at a compound annual growth rate of 7.25% a year in the past five years, if advisers were better educated about them and if the transparency issue could be addressed, that growth could rise significantly, according to the research firm.
A litigation firm has listed what it is investigating for potential lawsuits over target-date funds (TDFs) in retirement plans.
Northern Trust enhances securities lending offering; Global X adds ETF suite to Model Market Center; and Cohen & Steers makes changes to REIT mutual fund.
Plan advisers can help 403(b) plan sponsors looking for downside protection, active strategies and target-date funds (TDFs) that can be used as a decumulation vehicle in retirement.
Despite a market “teeming with better-performing alternatives,” the plaintiffs say, Walgreen selected the Northern Trust Funds, which already had a history of poor performance.
Among the remarkable characteristics of today’s global fixed-income marketplace is the $15 trillion invested in negatively yielding bonds.